What is Personal is Most General: Kelly Wilson’s “Last Lecture”

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Speaker: Kelly Wilson, PhD, CE Instructor: Angela Cathey, MA
CEU(s) Available: 1.0 for Texas LPCs (CE Provider #3449) 
Modality: Online, on-demand, video 

Abstract: In 2019 the Louisiana-Mississippi ACBS chapter threw a very special conference to honor the retirement of one of ACT’s founders, Kelly Wilson, PhD. Kelly Wilson is known for his ability to connect deeply to his students, colleagues, and clients. Be present for the Kelly Wilson’s “Last Lecture” as he retired from academia to take on new avenues of influencing the field. Hear him speak from the heart about his path out of self-destruction towards purpose, meaning, and behavior analytic ways of moving these important behaviors in others. Kelly speaks passionately about the use of hermeneutics (interpretation) of one’s own responses as data that can inform functional analysis of the on-going therapeutic moment. This talk was filmed as a part of the Louisiana Mississippi ACBS Chapter retirement conference for Kelly Wilson. Dr. Wilson has graciously donated his work for free viewing (without CEU credit). CEU credit proceeds go, in part, to the Louisiana-Mississippi ACBS Chapter.

Your order should process immediately. You will receive a purchase receipt via email confirming payment. You may then login to your MyENSO profile to see your available courses. If you purchased continuing education credits with this event, the certificate will be available online after completion of the course and evaluation. You will be able to download your certificate from your MyENSO profile

Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to describe the path of an ACT founder to understanding behavior functionally.
  2. Participants will be able to describe the influence of several behavior analytic pioneers on the personal and professional development of an ACT leader.
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Speaker: Kelly Wilson, PhD, CE Instructor: Angela Cathey, MA
CEU(s) Available: 1.0 for Texas LPCs (CE Provider #3449) 
Modality: Online, on-demand, video 

Abstract: In 2019 the Louisiana-Mississippi ACBS chapter threw a very special conference to honor the retirement of one of ACT's founders, Kelly Wilson, PhD. Kelly Wilson is known for his ability to connect deeply to his students, colleagues, and clients. Be present for the Kelly Wilson's "Last Lecture" as he retired from academia to take on new avenues of influencing the field. Hear him speak from the heart about his path out of self-destruction towards purpose, meaning, and behavior analytic ways of moving these important behaviors in others. Kelly speaks passionately about the use of hermeneutics (interpretation) of one's own responses as data that can inform functional analysis of the on-going therapeutic moment. This talk was filmed as a part of the Louisiana Mississippi ACBS Chapter retirement conference for Kelly Wilson. Dr. Wilson has graciously donated his work for free viewing (without CEU credit). CEU credit proceeds go, in part, to the Louisiana-Mississippi ACBS Chapter.

Your order should process immediately. You will receive a purchase receipt via email confirming payment. You may then login to your MyENSO profile to see your available courses. If you purchased continuing education credits with this event, the certificate will be available online after completion of the course and evaluation. You will be able to download your certificate from your MyENSO profile

Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to describe the path of an ACT founder to understanding behavior functionally.
  2. Participants will be able to describe the influence of several behavior analytic pioneers on the personal and professional development of an ACT leader.

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